[Market-farming] Greenhouse, polycarbonate kits?

Road's End Farm organic87 at frontiernet.net
Wed Jan 8 20:11:44 EST 2014

On Jan 8, 2014, at 1:36 PM, Pam Twin Oaks wrote:

> Dorene, 
> Are you planning a glass greenhouse? Or polycarbonate (lighter, less likely to shatter, more expensive)? 

Hi all,

I think Dorene wanted a plastic covered hoophouse type (correct me if I'm wrong); but I want to put up a small polycarbonate -- I'm sometimes the only one here to deal with it and don't want to have to deal with changing plastic around, let alone emergency dealing with plastic problems in the middle of storms.

Any recommends as to kits? Please note: I'm in northeast USA, so it would have to be somebody who ships to this area, and closer is probably going to be cheaper to get here. (I can provide a crew for long enough to put the thing up the first time, so supplier doesn't have to deal with that.)

Probably I'm looking at about 10 x 16, give or take a couple feet in either dimension. It needs to stand up to snow loads as well as wind.

Thanks -- 

-- Rivka; Finger Lakes NY, Zone 6A now I think
Fresh-market organic produce, small scale

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